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Writing for Well-being

        Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.


                                      William Wordsworth

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Writing for Well-being with Poonam

I'd be delighted to facilitate a Writing for Well-being workshop for you and / or your group! If you're interested in booking me, contact me here.

What is Writing for Well-being?

   I can shake off everything if I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.


Anne Frank

  • For many of us, the writing we normally do in our daily lives involves: crafting emails; sending text messages, responding to social media posts, making a grocery shopping list, writing that never-ending to-do list and more

  • Writing for Well-being however, is nothing like the above... Writing for Well-being is about the power of the written word; where writing is used as a tool to enhance your personal growth, mindfulness, and emotional well-being.

  • It’s been long established that writing in THIS way is good for you; especially as it gives us the time and space to use words for our own personal development and making important self-discoveries.

How does it work?

       If I waited for perfection, I would never write a word. 


Margaret Atwood

  • You are guided through specific writing activities designed to help release the words within you in a positive and creative way. You will also discover how these writing activities are tools which you can take away with you to use throughout life. 

  • The writing activities include (but are not limited to) themes such as: Gaining New Perspectives, Unleashing Creativity​, and Writing for Calm.

  • Both one-on-one sessions and group workshops are available. No previous experience is needed. What’s more, you never have to read out anything you have written—so take comfort in writing whatever you want and in whatever style you want.

How can it help you?

                                           Writing is the painting of the voice!



Focuses on key aspects of well-being: positive thinking, calmness, and mindfulness

Encourages staying present

Increases self-awareness

Inspires a fresh sense of perspective

Improves mood

Unlocks your creative potential

Promotes clarity and insight

Enhances decision-making and goal achievement

Prioritises self-care

Releases anxiety and stress

Fosters journaling techniques

Develop stronger writing skills

Writing for Well-being workshops are also available to organisations, educational institutions, and businesses. 


To find out more, click here.